|part of speech:
||relegated, relegates, relegating
||to send or consign to a condition, place, or position of lesser importance or esteem.
The case was not considered top priority and was relegated to one of the inexperienced lawyers at the firm.
||to assign to a category; classify.
||to refer or assign to the attention or care of someone.
- similar words:
||assign, banish, locate, set
||relegable (adj.), relegation (n.)